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ASU social sciences researchers, educators and students work to answer big questions about people, communities, our environment.
Science is only as good as it is translated into people's lives. At ASU, the social sciences provide knowledge, insight and skills to unite and catalyze humanities and natural sciences.
Through pursing the values of access, excellence and inclusion, ASU offers students pathways to thrive and fulfill their academic potential and change their lives, the lives of their families and community.
The social sciences is key in decision-making, how to better develop policy and sculpt interventions that help improve human outcomes.
Focused on examining the social, political, economic and cultural implications of the changing nature of war and conflict, the Center for the Future of War connects national security experts with more than 90 ASU faculty members.
The center is co-directed by Peter Bergen, ASU professor of practice, CNN analyst and author, and Daniel Rothenberg, ASU professor of practice, with the School of Politics and Global Studies. Among the research programs being pursued are the Weaponized Narrative Initiative, and the Drones and War and Regulating Autonomous Military Technologies projects.
The center was created in 2014 to link Arizona State University with the Washington, D.C. think-tank New America Foundation.